Develop Applications Locally in a Containerized OKD Cluster
Minishift is a tool that helps you run OKD locally by launching a single-node
OKD cluster inside a virtual machine. With Minishift you can try out OKD or
develop with it, day-to-day, on your local machine.
You can run Minishift on the Windows, macOS, and GNU/Linux operating systems. Minishift
for provisioning virtual machines, and OKD
for running the cluster.
To download the latest Minishift release and view release notes, visit the
Minishift releases page.
Want to learn how to use, troubleshoot, and develop Minishift? Check out the available documentation.
Minishift is an open-source project forked from Minikube, and we welcome contributions!
Get in touch with Minishift developers at the #minishift channel on IRC (freenode).
You can also sign up to our mailing list to receive development updates, ask questions, suggest ideas and talk to the Minishift community.